[Agora Object] P 13952: Pithos Fragment

Over half of neck and lip, with one small joining fragment of shoulder preserved. High neck with concave profile, flaring to plain lip, flattened on top. Clamp holes in two wall fragments. Pinkish-buff ... 12-14 May 1937

[Agora Object] P 13953: Pot Fragment

A squat knob with a cup-like hollow in it projects from the wall(?) of a vessel which, so far as preserved, is quite flat. The back is very worn and rough. Gritty brownish-buff clay; unglazed. Perhaps ... 12-14 May 1937

[Agora Object] P 13954: Bowl Fragment

From an open bowl with plain lip. Fine hard dark buff clay; lustrous glaze, somewhat peeled, creamy yellow inside, streaky and grayish outside. Well N. Leica, 83-521 PD 1200-3 ... 20-28 May 1937

[Agora Object] P 13955: Spout Fragment

Fragment from a long open spout (from an open bowl?). Gritty reddish clay with mica; burnished reddish-brown slip outside. Well N. Leica, 83-521 PD 1200-26, PD 1200-31 ... 20-28 May 1937

[Agora Object] P 13956: Vessel Fragment with Paint Decoration

Fragment from the shoulder of a closed pot, preserving start of neck. Pinkish-buff clay with fine grit; dull thin brownish glaze or wash outside and on inside of neck; outside on neck, thin horizontal ... 20-28 May 1937

[Agora Object] P 13957: Vessel Fragment with Paint Decoration

From the wall of a closed pot. Clearly same ware as P 13956 (ΟΑ 786) but clay and glaze darker. The glaze crackly, decorated with lozenges and cross-hatchings. Cf. P 13963 (ΟΑ 793), same vase? Θραύσμα ... 20-28 May 1937

[Agora Object] P 13958: Vessel Fragment with Incised Decoration

From the wall of a small closed pot. Deep incision in a pattern of hatched triangles. Fine clay with grit, even pale gray throughout. Lustrous black glaze (or burnished slip?) outside. Όστρακο με εγχάρακτη ... 20-28 May 1937


[Agora Object] P 13959: Water Jar

Many fragments, including one horizontal handle missing; restored in plaster. Flat small bottom; ovoid body; concave profile for neck with plain splayed lip. Two large lug handles, pierced at midline; ... 20-28 May 1937